= W =
winnitude /win'*-t[y]ood/ n.
The quality of winning (as
opposed to winnage, which is the result of winning). "Guess
what? They tweaked the microcode and now the LISP interpreter runs
twice as fast as it used to." "That's really great! Boy, what
winnitude!" "Yup. I'll probably get a half-hour's winnage on the
next run of my program." Perhaps curiously, the obvious antonym
`lossitude' is rare.
--The Jargon File version 4.3.1, ed. ESR, autonoded by rescdsk.